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Eczema Treatment FAQ
Can a Dermatologist treat Eczema at DermCafé?
Yes! Dermatitis has many different faces and behaviour patterns. Our Dermatologists are trained to treat all types of dermatitis.
What are the symptoms?
Dermatitis looks different in infants, children, and adults.
Infants can have dry, scaly and itchy skin that can bubble up, ooze and weep fluid.
Children can develop itchy and scaly areas that, over time, get bumpy, lighten or darken, or develop into thickened skin
Adults who get dermatitis often have darker patches and scaly skin, which can occur more on the neck and face.
Why treat dermatitis?
Dermatitis can dramatically affect a person’s quality of life, from unwanted skin thickening to severe itch to the development of skin infections when untreated.
Treatment with the right medical creams or oral medications can provide your skin with relief and restore it to its healthy state
How is it treated?
No treatment can cure dermatitis, but the right treatments can control it.
A treatment plan often includes medicine, skin care, and lifestyle changes. Skin care and lifestyle changes can help prevent flare-ups.
Your DermCafé dermatologist will create a treatment plan tailored to your needs which may include medical creams and/or oral medications when necessary.
What is DermCafé?
Connect with a DermCafé Dermatologist today!
We’re a Digital Dermatology Centre that aims to provide all Canadians with equitable, accessible, convenient and modern dermatology care.
Simply submit your symptom info and skin photos online and connect with an online dermatologist at your convenience.
Visit our How This Work page to learn more.
Submit your Symptom Info and Photos online
Book your Online Appointment
Access Your Online Results Anytime
Choose your preferred Pharmacy for medication delivery
Download DermCafé Info Sheets, bloodwork forms and Sick Notes, and book follow-up appointments when needed
Audio/Video Visit with Your Dermatologist
OHIP/MSP-covered visits require a Referral by another Physician. Simply book a Video Visit with our Family Doctor first